How many people should be at a funeral. The Shechinah accompanied Klal Yisroel in their exiles. The dislocated shul of Nehardauh. What to do if the Shechinah comes to shul. Topics: shechina, nehardauh, funeral
Selections from the score of the 1992 dance/theatre work Shekhinah: The Presence, as first performed in Austin, Texas. With the exception of environmental sounds captured in "Jerusalem Circuit", the sounds consist entirely of human voices, sampled and processed. Topics: shekhinah, judaism, kabbalah, voices, liturgy, shekina, shekinah, shekhina, shechina, shechinah
Aish Kodesh May 23, 2013 Behachalotcha Student: Toiveling is a spiritual cleansing and a way of recleansing, going back to the waters of the womb and rebirthing oneself. It was the first time and an undoing of my baptism as a baby and a mini-death in a good way. It was very hard because as a child I used to get multiple ear infections so my ear specialist said I musnât put my head under the water so it was a challenge to do that and I didnât do it properly several times. I lost count of how... Topics: Eric Erickson, nazir, sotah, jeaouls husband, Shechina, impression
"Shekhinah (sh'-khee-nah): the presence of God in Jewish mysticism, seen as an independent female being with an intimate connection to both divinity and humanity." A dance/theater performance piece from 1992 incorporating movement, music, text, and light. Topics: judaism, kabbalah, mysticism, jewish, goddess, dance, shekhina, shechina, shechinah, shekhina,...